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AAA Digital Inclusion

QDN’s Access Affordability Ability (AAA) Digital Inclusion project is now available to people in Brisbane, Gympie, and Moreton Bay (Caboolture, Deception Bay, and surrounds). AAA Digital Inclusion is a project working to make sure that people with disability have user friendly devices that are fit for purpose and have the data, knowledge, and skills to be able to connect to and be included in the digital world. Organisations can refer those in need by calling the free number 1300 363 783 or provide some initial information through an online form here. Potential donors can also view the GIVIT appeals page, where the device requests are outlined, and the funding bucket can be accessed hereFind out more.

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